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February 2016
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2016 Georgia Trustees

2016 Georgia Trustees

The Coca-Cola Company’s Muhtar Kent and former Synovus CEO Jim Blanchard are the 2016 Georgia Trustees, the state’s highest honor.

Published: February 2016
Promoting Prevention

Promoting Prevention

Beyond helping patients recover following a heart attack, Georgia’s hospitals are now working to ensure people never have them in the first place.

Published: February 2016
Cities Mean Business

Cities Mean Business

Four communities take innovative approaches to welcoming new companies.

Published: February 2016
Up In The Air

Up In The Air

In the 2016 legislative session, it’s a matter of will they or won’t they.

Published: February 2016
In The Zone

In The Zone

How Georgia’s communities are using special funding tools to fuel development.

Published: February 2016
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Archive »Our State

Cordele | Crisp County: Banking On Trains

Cordele | Crisp County: Banking On Trains

Logistics, education and tourism.

Published: February 2016
Camden County: Deep Water, Deep Space

Camden County: Deep Water, Deep Space

Navy base, tourism and a space port.

Published: February 2016
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Archive »Up Front

Organizations: Re:loom

Re:loom offers job training for low-income women while keeping textile waste out of landfills.

Published: February 2016

Economic Development: February 2016

New projects in College Park, LaGrange, Dooly County and more.

Published: February 2016

Political Notes: February 2016

SEC primary candidates, cannabis legislation fallout and the Every Student Succeeds Act passes.

Published: February 2016
Trendsetters: 9 Bike-Friendly Cities

Trendsetters: 9 Bike-Friendly Cities

A look at some of Georgia’s best places to hit the trails.

Published: February 2016
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Archive »Commentary

Neely Young: The Chosen Few

Neely Young: The Chosen Few

Of all the 236 members of the Georgia General Assembly, only a fraction really decide what gets done.

Published: February 2016
Business Casual: The Grownups’ Table

Business Casual: The Grownups’ Table

As an adult, you don’t have the luxury of waiting for someone else to fix things, right wrongs and take responsibility. The ball is pretty much in your court.

Published: February 2016
Georgia View: Shake Your Sheriff’s Hand

Georgia View: Shake Your Sheriff’s Hand

Our men and women in blue must be prepared to make life-or-death decisions in a matter of seconds, and they deserve our thanks.

Published: February 2016
Sustainable Georgia: Get on the Bus

Sustainable Georgia: Get on the Bus

School systems increasingly bear more of the cost of transporting students to and from school, diverting much-needed dollars from the classroom.

Published: February 2016
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Archive »Downtime

Georgia Fare: Minero

Georgia Fare: Minero

Minero marks Sean Brock’s first venture in Georgia, and it’s worth dropping by for a quick bite.

Published: February 2016
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